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ONE SECOND AFTER author William R. Forstchen Up Next on THE SOUNDS OF FILM

Fourteen years have passed since military historian William R. Forstchen, Ph.D., captivated readers with the harrowing aftermath of an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attack in his acclaimed bestseller "One Second After." Intrigued by public interest, Forstchen continued the narrative in three sequels, the latest being "Five Years After."


This will air on Thursday, September 21 between 6:00 and 8:00 PM.

Jack Licitra on The Bayou

Tune in this Thursday night at 8:00 PM when Jack Licitra the Heart & Soul of Jack’s Waterfall sits in on The Bayou with Chris LaPorta to discuss and play some of the NOLA-fied selections from his new release “Call Dr. John” a release focused on one of New Orleans' favorite Icons, Mac Rebbenac, a.k.a Dr. John.

On-air discussion will also include the return of the Riverhead Blues Festival this coming weekend where Jack will perform with South Bay Soul.
Take a trip down Basin Street way on The Bayou this Thursday night

Destinies meets Dr. Mego-part 1

This week, Destinies introduces you to a man whose name became known to early fans of Adult Swim's "Robot Chicken."

Tune in Friday night, and travel back to Eternal Con 2021 for part one of a three-part interview with Paul Clarke, a.k.a. Dr. Mego.

You'll learn how this child of the 1970s rediscovered his passion for Mego action figures in the 1980s and 1990s. You'll discover how he decided to become Dr. Mego by re-creating the accessories, costumes, and bodies sought by adult collectors, and how he became involved in the early days of "Robot Chicken." And, you'll find out how he was able to resurrect the Mego brand, and bring the line back, to match the sensibilities of today's more discerning fans.

Plus, in memory of actress Arleen Sorkin, you'll hear the origin of her best-known character on "The Harley Quinn Tapes," from the video game "Batman: Arkham Asylum."

Friday, September 1st, at 11:30 PM.

WUSB's Sunday Street Series: The Songs of Jimmy Webb

A flyer for WUSB's Sunday Street Series showing Jimmy Webb and describing the information in the text of the post.


Sunday, October 15, 5:00 PM

Long Island Museum

An evening devoted to the songs of Jimmy Webb with Gene Casey, Caroline Doctorow, Andrew & Cole Fortier, Delaney Hafener, Claudia Jacobs, Brian Kachejian, Ray Lambiase, Pete Mancini and Tom Moran.

Sunday Street continues to honor legendary musical artists, this time a songwriter, composer and singer known worldwide as a master of his trade who also happens to be a Long Island resident.

A stellar lineup of Long Island musicians will share Jimmy Webb’s songs in what promises to be a memorable evening. Since his first platinum record “The Worst That Could Happen,” Webb has had numerous hits including “Up, Up and Away,” “By the Time I Get to Phoenix,” “Wichita Lineman,“ ”Galveston,” “Highwayman,” “All I Know” and “MacArthur Park,” and has also become a leader and mentor in the industry as a champion for songwriters.

His songs have been recorded by Frank Sinatra, Barbra Streisand, Nina Simone, Isaac Hayes, Art Garfunkel, Linda Ronstadt, Tony Bennett, Michael Feinstein, Josh Groban, Shawn Colvin, The Kennedys, Merle Haggard, and countless others.

Webb is the only artist ever to have received Grammy Awards for music, lyrics and orchestration. In 2016 Rolling Stone magazine listed Webb as one of the top 50 songwriters of all time.

Jimmy Webb was the youngest member ever inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame.

Get tickets in advance for $20.00, door admission is $25.00 (cash only)

The Sunday Street Series is a collaboration of WUSB’s Sunday Street Series, The Long Island Museum, and The Greater Port Jefferson Arts Council.

Alice Coltrane Birthday with Mr. Edison, Sunday 8/27 Jazz on the Air

A very special Jazz on the Air this Sunday at 3:00 PM with Mr Edison and his guest Marcella Goheen, Executive Director of the Coltrane Home.

The home, which the family of John, Alice (Turiya as she was later known) Coltrane and their four children lived in from 1964 until 1973 (John Coltrane died July 1967). Located in Dix Hills in the Town of Huntington, the home which is a designated local, state and national historic place will soon begin the long awaited major restoration eventually becoming a destination for fans and the curious to explore the place of the Coltrane’s spiritual awakening.

It’s also where John composed “A Love Supreme” and moved into the last musical period of his life. The home where Turiya, an accomplished pianist, who played harp as well and was a member of John’s last group recorded her first five albums after John’s death with members of that group and other jazz luminaries in the basement studio.

Marcella will discuss details and potential timelines of the restoration with Mr Edison as he plays the music Alice recorded in the home. A special Jazz On The Air this Sunday 3-6pm

More information- thecoltranehome.org